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Nov 3, 2012

Drones Sharing Domestic Airspace?

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Via: BBC
 Tests have been carried out to see whether military drones can mix safely in the air with passenger planes.
The tests involved a Predator B drone fitted with radio location systems found on domestic aircraft that help them spot and avoid other planes. The tests will help to pave the way for greater use of drones in America's domestic airspace. The flight tests took place off the coast of Florida in early August, but details have only just been released.
 The Predator B used in the tests is a modified version of the Guardian drone typically used by the US navy. While such robot planes have been widely used in war zones and on military operations, their use over native soil has been restricted. Politicians have given the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) until 2015 to prepare its air traffic systems for the use of drones, both commercial and military, over US territory.
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A Culture of Predictive Programming

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Getting Vaccines Via Emails New Technology

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Via: Newscientist
 Craig Venter, the ├╝ber-DNA jockey who quietly sequenced the human genome using his own DNA, then made "synthetic life" by outfitting a gutted bacterium with homemade genes, says his next trick will be emailing biological molecules, using 3D biological printers. The move could revolutionise healthcare - and biological warfare. Venter discussed the idea at last week's Wired Health Conference in New York - although it was somewhat overshadowed by his audacious plan to sequence Martian DNA and beam the results back to Earth. Long before that sci-fi can be realised, though, bio-printers could more plausibly be used to shuttle vaccines around our planet.
 This makes lots of sense. If you can email troops the 3D instructions for printing a replacement gun part , then you can email macromolecules - as long as you have a printer that can deposit a repertoire of nucleotides, sugars and/or amino acids where they belong, and link them up chemically. You'll need a lot of different toner cartridges to recreate the full range of biological widgets, of course. But you may not need that many for modern vaccines, made not of dead germs but of their key molecules. In fact, for DNA vaccines - which often work well in experiments but have never been commercialised, because of safety concerns - you could do it now with a machine that synthesises DNA to an emailed sequence. Proteins wouldn't be much harder. As long as you also had the vials of sterile saline plus immunity-boosting additives to mix with the DNA or protein, and make it a vaccine.
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The Dangers of Vaccinations

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Nov 2, 2012

Military Drones Broadcast Unencrypted Footage?

Unencrypted Secrets?
Via: RT
 The unmanned drones that have become a hallmark of the Obama administration’s foreign policy wreak havoc across the world every day as part of the broadening war on terror, but you don’t have to be an insurgent or soldier to have a front-row seat. The US military relies on stealthy, remote controlled Reaper and Predator drones — unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVS — to take out insurgents and suspected terrorists overseas without ever putting boots on the ground. But while the transmissions sent from the empty cockpits to control centers around the globe broadcast each and every move of America’s insanely expensive and extraordinary technology, that doesn’t mean the data is streamed solely to Uncle Sam.
 In 2008, the US discovered that Shi’ite militants in Iraq had accessed the video feed sent from those stealth drones using only a $26 piece of software, then sent the footage to laptops that eventually landed in the hands of American intelligence. Wired.com’s Danger Room reports that the problem stemmed from something that warranted a relatively easy solution: retrofitting those aircraft with encryption devices that ensured only authorized eyes could see the stream. Four years down the road, however, a source involved in those upgrades tells the website that it’s still easy to hijack transmissions with hardly any trouble.
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H1N1 Flu Strain Affected Cats & Dogs: The Mutating Virus

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Via: MNN
 Humans aren't the only ones at risk for contracting the flu this season: our furry friends can fall ill from the disease as well. In fact, flu infections in cats and dogs may be much more common than thought, experts say. And pets can catch the flu from their owners, research finds.
 One study of cat blood samples found about 30 percent of cats in Ohio had been infected with seasonal flu, and 20 percent had been infected with the H1N1 flu strain that caused the 2009 pandemic. Studies also suggest there has been an increase in cat flu infections since 2009.
 Researchers have known since the 1970s that cats can get the flu, and since 2000 that dogs could get it, but detailed reports of such cases have been rare, said Christiane Loehr, an associate professor at Oregon State University's College of Veterinary Medicine.
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A Ruthless and Monolithic Conspiracy!

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Nov 1, 2012

Navy Start Test SEA DRONES?

Robots In The Ocean!
Via: tgdaily
 We've previously discussed unmanned military systems on TG, although such platforms are typically associated with the United States Air Force and its diverse fleet of remotely piloted aircraft. Not to be outdone, the US Navy is also working on a number of unmanned drones designed to cruise the oceans and waterways around the world protecting critical assets, executing recon missions and perhaps ultimately even assisting in search and rescue operations. The most recent test of a Navy remote-controlled drone was conducted off the shore of Maryland. The unmanned ship is a rather small vessel that seems to have an inflatable hull and appears somewhat similar to the inflatable boats used by special forces soldiers.
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Biorealism Surveillance Drones: Life Like Animal Robots

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Mumps Outbreak Involved 89% Fully Vaccinated Children

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Via: Chicagotribune
 A face-to-face educational technique used among Orthodox Jews apparently led to an outbreak of mumps in 2009 and 2010 even though most of those infected were properly vaccinated, according to a new study. The outbreak, detailed in the November 1 New England Journal of Medicine, illustrates how close repeated contact with an infected person can overwhelm the mumps vaccine.
 "The risk of infection with mumps may be higher when the exposure dose of virus is large or intensely transmitted," the researchers concluded in their report. This may also explain why the mumps vaccine tends to be less effective among household contacts than among school or community contacts, they added.
 In all, 3,502 cases were reported over a one year period beginning in June 2009 in New Jersey, New York City and New York State's Orange and Rockland counties. A camp in the Catskill Mountains was the source. The research team, from the involved state health departments and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, studied 1,648 of those cases, nearly all of them Orthodox Jews. The researchers found that 89 percent had received the recommended two doses of the mumps vaccine.
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3D Bioprinters Could Make it Possible to Get Meds Via Email

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Via: Gadjitz
3D printers have been tapped as the future of manufacturing, at-home food preparation, and now they might even be the future of pharmaceuticals. According to Craig Venter, a brilliant researcher who created the world’s first synthetic life form in 2010, a machine could be developed that would combine the amino acids, nucleotides, sugars and other elements needed to recreate medicines and vaccines. This means that, when a new vaccine is developed, the world won’t have to wait for it to be cultivated by traditional means – blueprints for constructing the vaccine can simply be emailed all around the world. As long as printers have the necessary materials available, the vaccine can be “printed” anywhere.
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HIV Man-Made Disease?

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Oct 31, 2012

Rise of the Drones!

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Sanofi Pasteur New Four-Strain Influenza Vaccine Accepted by FDA for Review

100,000,000 Infected by Polio Vaccine
Every year we get more vaccines and more medications and what do get? More sick people avoid the shots!
Via: Sacbee
 "The addition of a fourth influenza virus strain to the seasonal influenza vaccine formulation has the potential to make a substantial impact in reducing influenza disease and influenza-related complications, hospitalizations and deaths among those who contract the disease," said David Greenberg, M.D., Senior Director, U.S. Scientific and Medical Affairs, Sanofi Pasteur. "Two influenza B-lineage strains typically co-circulate in the U.S each year, so it makes sense to include both in the vaccine rather than attempting to predict which of the two will be the dominant strain. In fact, in six of the past 12 influenza seasons, the B strain selected by health authorities for inclusion in the vaccine was not the predominant B-lineage strain that circulated during the next influenza season."
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Predator Military Contractors: Privatizing the Drones

Drones are Coming!
Via: Huffingtonpost
  About three and a half years ago I wrote that "One might note that with regard to future battlefields the use of contractors is like the use of robots. They promise both greater cost-effectiveness and less loss of life of government soldiers." With the advantage of hindsight it turns out that the use of robots is heavily dependent on the use of contractors. It seems that today's Terminators, such as unmanned aerial systems (UAS) -- drones -- are heavily dependent on mere mortals. Perhaps that should not come as such a surprise. After all, anyone who ever saw Arnold Schwarzenegger act in the Terminator movies understands how much he depended on the abilities of others in order to produce a successful movie.
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Genetically Modified Trees?

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Oct 30, 2012

USDA Awards Contract for Foot In Mouth Vaccine

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Via: Nationalhogfarmer
 Harrisvaccines has been awarded a $1 million contract from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate to develop an RNA Particle (RP) vaccine to potentially protect the United States from foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), the company announced today.
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The HiBot Amphibious Snake Robot

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Police Use Surveillance Cameras for Crime-Solving? They mean Spying!

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Via: Akronist
 Many would agree video surveillance has more and more encroached on privacy, capturing folks walking to their car, purchasing a garment or a lottery ticket at a convenient store. but while a good portion of that film is likely documenting the mundane, it’s also enabling Akron law enforcement to be more swift and timely in its pursuit of criminal activity. In September, the Akron Police Department announced its adoption of a new training and technology program, Digital Imaging Video Response Team (DIVRT), which along with the high-tech training of officers, includes kits to gather more efficiently video from surveillance cameras near crime scenes.
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Oct 29, 2012

Father of Eugenics: Sir Francis Galton

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Robo-Rescue! Robot LifeGuard

Robot LifeGuard
Via: Gajitz
 It’s not everyday that a robot willingly takes to the water to save a human life. But this summer, real robot lifeguards will start dragging troubled swimmers in to shore at Malibu’s Zuma beach. The robot, called EMILY (EMergency Integrated Lifesaving lanYard), is about the same size as those iconic red-orange rescue cans most of us remember from Baywatch.But that is about where the similarities to human lifeguards end. EMILY can speed through the water at 28 MPH, or roughly six times as fast as a human. The current iteration is remote controlled, requiring a lifeguard to stand on the beach and guide it to a victim. But future versions of EMILY will be equipped with sonar, allowing the bot to identify underwater movements consistent with a distressed swimmer and swim right toward him.
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36 Children Sick After DPT Vaccination: Nurse Blamed?

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Via: Timesofindia
 Initial findings in the case of 36 children who fell ill after DPT vaccination indicated that the auxilliary nurse & midwife (ANM), who was doing the vaccination work in Sirohi, was 'ignorant' of the job.
 The affected children were administered DPT vaccines on Saturday after that they had developed fever and the spot on the leg where they were given injection turned reddish. A day after the incident, a medical team met all the children on Sunday to find out their condition. Child health officer, Sirohi, Dr Dinesh Sharma, who is investigating into the issue said: "We went to the houses of all the children who fell ill. All the children are fine now. They would remain under observation for three days."
 Sharma said that it would take a couple of days to complete the investigation. "Initially we found that the ANM had administrated the DPT injection on the interior part of the leg though it should have been on the outer part of the leg," he said.
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Oct 28, 2012

Court Denies Religious Exemption Form Claims Fake Beliefs?

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Via: Skepticalraptor
 In April, 2010, a Federal District Court in New York denied a mother’s bid for a religious exemption to New York state’s mandatory vaccination rules. According to the article in the New York Law Journal, “Martina Caviezel, a self-proclaimed pantheist, sought a preliminary injunction allowing her to enroll her 4-year-old daughter in a Great Neck, N.Y., pre-kindergarten without getting the shots the state says the child needs. Caviezel relied on Public Health Law §2164(9), which exempts children from the requirement whose parents or guardians “hold genuine and sincere religious beliefs which are contrary” to vaccination.”
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DARPA's Obstacle Climbing Human Hunting Robot


Look at the amount of progress they are making in giving these robots all the capabilities needed to hunt down americans during the coming insurrection.
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NASA's X1 Exoskeleton Iron Man Suit

Via: Allvoices
 Science fiction is replete with examples of “robotic exoskeletons” contraptions that can be worn, giving the wearer phenomenal strength and agility. Of course, while it has been used varyingly within the genre, the idea is not as farfetched or impractical, as a working exoskeleton could be used in countless practical situations ranging from aiding the disabled, construction to using in outer space. And quite fittingly, US space agency NASA is presently developing its own exo-skeleton, which will one day be used by astronauts as well as the disabled.
 Developed jointly between NASA and Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC), the robotic exoskeleton named X1 is presently being tested with an eye to aid astronauts in zero gravity or help disabled patients walk again. Based upon the technology used in the Robonaut 2, the first humanoid robot to be used in space, presently assisting astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS), the X1 is designed to have a dual function that is to assist or inhibit movement.
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Huge Vaccine Recall in Australian 115,000 Dosages

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Via: Yahoonews
 Parents have been urged not to worry, despite a mass recall of a common kids vaccine used to prevent diseases such as whooping cough, tetanus and polio. About 115,000 doses of the Infanrix hexa vaccine are on their way back to its Australian supplier GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) after bacteria was found in the Belgian factory where it was made. The precautionary recall relates to six batches of the vaccine which were distributed between August 2011 and January this year. GSK said it was possible many of the recalled 115,000 doses have already been administered to Australian kids, but stressed there were no health risks. Infanrix hexa is usually given to toddlers at two, four and six months as part of the National Immunisation Program, although it may also given to any child under eight who hasn't previously been vaccinated.
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